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Read a Card (Place Value Game) April 3, 2009

Posted by inspiremath in Math Games, Place Value.
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●4 to 6 sets of cards, 0-9

Choose someone to be the leader.  The leader shuffles the cards to start each round.  Then places a card face up.  The leader asks the first player to read the number.  Then the leader places another card on it’s left (to make a 2-digit number) and asks the next player reads that number.  This continues with each successive player having to read a number that will be one digit greater, until someone misses.  When that happens, the last player to have read the number correctly wins all the cards.  Start a new round.  Game continues until all the cards have been played.  Player with the most cards wins.

Variation: Leader could put down all new cards for each player, always increasing the cards by one digit.

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